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Mungo’s Crossword N029

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Cryptic Clues

ACROSS

1. Weep in less friendly surroundings – alcohol free! (4,5)

6. Great books, but prejudiced (5)

9. Song year right between 50 and 99 (5)

10. Pirate responds to Mark Antony, but charges a dollar (9)

11. Quick looks at batsman’s shots (7)

12. Timeless, and perhaps matchless (7)

13. Novel version of 17 across (4,2,3,5)

17. Pip the homeless – poor devil (14)

21. Shun setter thus delayed (7)

23. Turner embraces worker in Australian plant (7)

25. Sculptor, little person has tail bitten off by a big cat! (9)

26. Treatment sets back graduate and that woman (5)

27. Butler right about silly article (5)

28. Land French salt in the weed (9)

DOWN

1.Mad emperor drops ambassador from wild Gaelic hula (8)

2. Rock around the right, tadpole (5)

3. Dismiss idiot, with hot material for mourning (9)

4. Temptation around beside sister – look after the offspring (7)

5. Fifty in reckless rescue of hermit (7)

6. Mark resistance in the ring (5)

7. Huge amphibian revered by Americans (5,4)

8. I am in commerce. Carry on (6)

14. Rumour? Gee, strange place for murder (3,6)

15. “Adult Vera,” said Spooner, suggesting an opera to Wagner (9)

16. Unit slab construction for city (8)

18. What medium paced bowler is said to be good at; it’s just a pretence (7)

19. Gold country round Shakespearean duke (7)

20. Jack, a tearaway and much worse (6)

22. “One whopping,” exhorted 10 across (5)

24. Trophy associated with 3 down (5)

Quick Clues

ACROSS

1. Not having had a drink (4,5)

6. Intolerant person (5)

9. Song, type of poem (5)

10. Pirate, seadog (9)

11. Takes a quick look at (7)

12. Without reference to the time of the year (7)

13. Novel by William Golding (4,2,3,5)

17. Satan, Beelzebub (14)

21. Condemn to solitude (7)

23. Flowering Australian weed (7)

25. Greek sculptor, title of a play by G B Shaw (9)

26. Period of recovery (abbrev) (5)

27. First name of hero Butler in From Here to Eternity (5)

28. Weed, Senecio vulgaris (9)

DOWN

1. Mad Roman emperor (8)

2. Immature form of insect (5)

3. Rough material traditionally worn for mourning (9)

4. Look after a child in parents’ absence (7)

5. Anti-social person; hermit (7)

6. Mark of ownership; trademark (5)

7. Emblem of authentication for the United States of America (5,4)

8. Tedious bombastic speech (6)

14. Street in Paris used in famous murder story (3,6)

15. Minor Wagnerian opera (9)

16. Constantinople nowadays (8)

18. False, pretending (7)

19. Capital of Florida (7)

20. Beauty, ball tearer (6)

22. Nautical exclamation attributed to pirates (5)

24. Test cricket trophy (5)

 

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